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About the Trip

Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit the Czech Republic and attend a nuclear security summit in the United States.

Xi will pay a state visit to the Czech Republic from March 28 to 30 at the invitation of Czech President Milos Zeman.

After the stop in Czech, Xi will head to Washington to attend the 4th Nuclear Security Summit scheduled for March 31st and April 1.

Nuclear Summit
Xi's Visit Highlights China's Commitment to Expanding Cooperation, Safeguarding Nuclear Security: FM
Chinese President Xi Jinping returned home Saturday after wrapping up a state visit to the Czech Republic and attending the the fourth Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) in Washington.
Xi-Obama Meeting Boosts Sino-US Relations: Cartoon Commentary
On March 31 U.S. local time, Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama held a one-on-one meeting on the sidelines of the fourth Nuclear Security Summit at the Washington Convention Center. It's their first meeting this year, which has attracted the world's attention.
Obama Lauds China-U.S. Cooperation on Nuclear Security
U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday praised the cooperation between the United States and China on nuclear security, citing the recent opening of a center in Beijing for promoting nuclear security and training.
President Xi Jinping Stresses Dialogue, Co-op in Dispute Settlement
Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Friday that the solution of the Iranian nuclear issue has provided inspiration for settlement of other hot issues, stressing dialogue and cooperation among major countries.
President Xi Jinping Calls for More National Input, Int'l Co-op to Strengthen Global Nuclear Security System

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday urged countries around the world to increase national input and expand international cooperation so as to further firm up the global nuclear security architecture.

In Czech Republic
Family-style Receptions Prominent in President Xi's Foreign Visits
Seeking genuine friendship and cooperation across the world, Chinese President Xi Jinping has shown an innovative and practical diplomatic style.
Xi Hails New Era of Sino-Czech Ties
Visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka in Prague on Tuesday, believing that China-Czech ties have been ushered into a new era.
Xi Meets Leader of Czech Chamber of Deputies on Ties
Visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping met with the leader of the Czech Chamber of Deputies in Prague Tuesday on further promoting bilateral ties and China-Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) cooperation.
China, Czech Republic to Strengthen Legislative Cooperation
Visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping and the Senate leader of the Czech Republic met on Tuesday to discuss bilateral ties and legislative cooperation.
China, Czech Republic Set up Strategic Partnership
China and the Czech Republic on Tuesday decided to establish strategic partnership during Chinese President Xi Jinping's first state visit to the country. Xi Hails New Era of Sino-Czech Ties
CRI Report
• Xi's Visit Highlights Expanding Co-op, Safeguarding Nuclear Security
Chinese President Xi Jinping has now wrapped up a state visit to the Czech Republic and attending the fourth Nuclear Security Summit in Washington DC.
• NSS Participants Pledge Sustained Efforts to Strengthen Global Nuclear Security
Leaders attending the nuclear summit in Washington have called for broader and more inclusive efforts to ensure nuclear security worldwide.
• 4th Nuclear Security Summit Concludes in Washington DC
The 2016 Nuclear Security Summit concluded on Friday in US capital Washington DC. Full Text of President Xi's Speech; Communique
• China Pledges to Enhance Global Co-op to Combat Nuclear Smuggling
A Chinese official said Thursday in Washington DC during the fourth Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) that China would enhance global cooperation on nuclear smuggling.
• US Expert Expects 2016 Nuclear Security Summit to Highlight Anti-terrorism
In the United States, security experts are also suggesting that the 2016 nuclear security summit should make efforts to address nuclear terror.
• More Effective Steps on Nuclear Security to be Taken in China
Leading observers of China's nuclear development are suggesting a series of steps will be taken in Washington this week to address concerns about the spread of nuclear materials which could be used to create new weapons.
• Czech President Speaks about China-Czech Relations
• Czech and Chinese Symbol Animals Team up for New Cartoon
• Czech Honor Guard Rehearses to Welcome President Xi
• An Old Nation with New Opportunities
• A Gift for Friendship
• China's Contribution is Critical to International Nuclear Security
On April 5 2009, US President Barack Obama delivered a high-profile speech in Prague and singled nuclear terrorism out as "the most immediate and extreme threat to global security", and announced "a new international effort to secure all vulnerable nuclear material around the world within four years."
• Consensus Reached at Xi-Obama Meeting
Chinese President Xi Jinping has held talks with the U.S. president Barack Obama at the fourth Nuclear Security Summit in Washington. This was the first meeting between the two heads of state this year, and one of the most important bilateral meetings at the summit.

President Xi Jinping Calls for Strengthening Global Nuclear Security System

President Xi Jinping Stresses Dialogue, Co-op in Dispute Settlement

Traditional Chinese Medical Practice Finds Favor with Citizens in Prague

President Xi Visits Czech Oldest Library

Xi Urges Fostering Sense of Community of Common Destiny with Czech Republic

Xi Jinping Receives "Key to Prague"

Ice Hockey Camp for Young Chinese Players

Xi Meets Leader of Czech Chamber of Deputies on Ties

China, Czech Republic to Strengthen Legislative Cooperation

Chinese President Visits Lany Presidential Chateau
• Spotlight: China, Czech Republic Set Example for Broader Region to Advance Belt and Road Initiative
China and the Czech Republic, by upgrading their relations during a historic visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping, has set an example for countries in the broader region to work with China to advance the Belt and Road Initiative.
• China-U.S. Nuclear Security Cooperation Energizes New Type of Major-country Ties
The fourth and last Nuclear Security Summit, which concluded over the weekend in Washington, called to the attention the unfinished cause of strengthening the global architecture of nuclear security.
• Interview: China-U.S. Economic Relationship "much more balanced" Than 15 Years Ago -- U.S. Expert
The China-U.S. economic relationship is "much more balanced" today than 15 years ago, as Chinese markets and investments become increasing important for U.S. economic growth going forward, Geoffrey Garrett, dean at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, said Saturday.
• President Xi's Proposals Show Resolve in Nuclear Security: Experts
Chinese President Xi Jinping's proposals at the Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) demonstrate China's resolve against nuclear terrorism and will boost world confidence in nuclear energy development, experts said on Sunday.
• Spotlight: All-win Nuclear Security Architecture Needed
At the fourth and final nuclear security summit in Washington, world leaders have reached consensus on pushing ahead with a more robust global nuclear security architecture, vowing to make continued endeavors to tackle the threat of nuclear terrorism.
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